Powerplant Expert

Location
Cologne, Germany
Salary
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Posted
13 Feb 2013
Closes
06 Mar 2013
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Powerplant Expert (AD 7)

Safety is our mission
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) forms the core of the European Union’s strategy for aviation safety. EASA promotes the highest common standards in safety and environmental protection in civil aviation worldwide. Based in Cologne, Germany, the European agency employs more than 700 highly specialised professionals from across the continent.

As a Powerplant Expert, you will be responsible for providing technical expertise in the area of powerplant installation to the Certification Teams.

Your main tasks will be:

  • Verifying demonstrations provided by applicants for compliance with applicable airworthiness requirements;
  • Ensuring maintenance of Powerplant Systems safety standards;
  • Providing advice in the development and application of interpretation of existing requirements and new airworthiness requirements;
  • Providing expertise for policy and requirement development and interpretation in the Powerplant discipline.


Your profile: high-flyers of Europe

EASA recruits the brightest talents from all over Europe to ensure the highest safety and environmental standards in aviation.

You should have:

  • A completed university degree or professional training in a related field;
  • Proven work experience of at least 2 years in the field of Powerplant and Fuel Systems design or certification;
  • Knowledge of EASA regulatory environment;
  • A good command of written and spoken English.

You must be a national of a EU member state, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland.

How to apply

For further information about EASA’s recruitment procedure and the conditions of employment, please consult our recruitment website and the official vacancy notice.
You can apply by clicking on the "Apply Now Button" by completing an application form and uploading a letter of motivation.

Applications close 06 March 2013, 23:55 CET.